It’s that time of the year again.
WrestleMania 28 is just eight days away and, as always, there’s a huge hype surrounding The Undertaker and his WrestleMania streak. This time around, the intrigue is even more, what with Shawn Michaels, who has had a long-standing history with both these men, being the special guest referee for the match.
So what can we expect from the Undertaker vs. Triple H match? Let’s find out.
It Will Be a Wrestling Clinic
Undertaker and Triple H are the two oldest veterans of the game. They know what it takes to put on a 5-star wrestling match, and they will do just that. Add to that the Hell in a Cell stipulation, and we’re sure to see some huge spots.
I would have said that this match would steal the show wrestling-wise, had it not been for Jericho vs. Punk. Still, due to its buildup and the story these two legends can tell in the ring, it has the potential to be the best match of both their careers.
Both Will Kick out of Each Other’s Finishers
It’s pretty rare to see a wrestler use an opponent’s finisher these days—unlike the Attitude Era, where The Rock and SCSA used to throw around Stunners and RockBottoms to each other.
But we can safely say that Undertaker will use the pedigree, and Triple H, just like last year, will perform the Tombstone Piledriver.
And they will be two of the best false finishes ever, as both will kick out.
We Will See a Sweet Chin Music, Maybe Two
Shawn Michaels is the special referee, and he will get involved in the match.
I think Michaels may give Triple H a Sweet Chin Music because of Triple H arguing with him over a two-count. And when Taker gets up, he gives him one too, just to even things out and bring back some old memories.
Michaels Will Call It Down the Middle
This match may be the last match of both Triple H’s and Taker’s careers, so a clean finish is a must.
Whatever Michaels says about screwing either of the two are just threats, as he cannot and should not affect the outcome of the match. If he does interfere, he should attack both of them and not give any guy an undue advantage.
Somebody Gets Thrown off the Cell or into the Ring
This is a bit farfetched, but it may happen.
Last year in their No Holds Barred match, there was a chairshot to the head, which is not allowed in the current scheme of things in the WWE.
While we have not seen wrestlers even climb the Cell in the past few matches, the rules may be just bent just for this End of an Era match.
20-0, Taker Retires
The streak will live on.
Undertaker will win clean over Triple H, and he will ride into the sunset with the most untouchable record in WWE history.